I love how you incorporated the imagery, It was really funny how the original image doesnt even feel like this image. I love the character as well he seems to fit so well, Also the tents are a really nice touch. Awesome job also the color choice and mask on the donkey is really great i like the texture to the illustration it makes it fit a lot more.
Haha, that's awesome. I am not sure how you would make it look more "one"...maybe darken the background areas (like the mountains) to push them back...not darken but like...make the background more greyish overall...?I don't know. :C I don't understand space.
I have no idea what the heck this is but it's hilarious. Also your first photo with the girl is funny. I think if you put a texture and tone oer the whole thing it would help a lot. I like your guy soooo much. I'm not sure why the saddle isn't colored in though.
I think what really merges this together nicely are the textures you took the time to include. It really brings more dimensionality to your illustrations. Also, it was smart to use a color palette based on your background image. I also really enjoy your line work.
Holy cow girl you did a butt load of editing on your photo! And I love that he is riding backwards on the donkey/horse. I do also question though why his saddle isn't colored. But It do think it's a neat idea if you used it elsewhere. This guy has a very magical turban.. I love it. :3
I love where you incorporated your imagery, and awesome work creating your own scene out of the two pictures!! They seem pretty darn cohesive. If you want to play more with blending them in together, you could maybe bring up the film grain quality from noise on this. Overall great, I find this to be just great.
NIce work here, I really enjoy your bearded dude. I think one thing that could help you in blending the aesthetics of the photo with the drawing, is the think about your line weight. Or perhaps lose the outlines all together. If you did want an outline. I would suggest having thinker lines where there would shadow. Where the light source is directly hitting the object you're rendering should be where the lines are thinner. Oh also I thought you did a great job taking things out of the photo and seamlessly blending it. good job
This is awesome. I like how you incorporated humor into this illustration. I love the line work of man's hair and beard. I think to create more shadows I would fool around with the saturation, levels, etc with the background colors instead of using a feathered shadow effect around the edges of your illustration.
Sure, the drawing doesn't look like a photo, but I don't think it has to. I like the play between the flatter elements that you've made and the more 3-dimentional look of the photo. I think adding the huts toward the background really helped to make the piece cohesive, and the colors and images play well off each other.
haha i think its funny how you found an image with that little girl in it and removed her. To me, that makes the image even more unique since u changed it so much to your own. i kinda wish the edges weren't so dark but i really like your horse n guy with the textures is really nice.
The merging of the two images is really nice! And it makes the image more of your own. I also like the filter color that you put over the image because it gives it an older feel to it. I think a few shadows on the guy and his donkey to make it a little more believable. The textures on the two of them are nice.
You did a really good job of putting these images together. the revised one is WAAAAY more atmospheric and much more interesting than the original! (strange girl with pot??)I think your addition of the houses are awesome compositionally as well as texturally - I like the fill that you're using (not sure if you did only linework on photo or if you did your own textures) but they feel really together! I think that maybe for the guy, you could try to put some kind of texture in his hair/hat piece? I like how you're doing shading and lighting in his cloth, and maybe you could add a little more in the donkey to make him seem more rounded? Great colors, setting and compostition, too!
I really like the humor that you used for this piece. It works well while still fitting in with the photograph. I also like how you edited the photo before you started drawing into in. It makes the image work a lot better with the drawing. One thing I think you could improve about this piece would be to add a little more shading to the character and donkey. I think it would make the drawing fit more with the photo. Though, I really like the piece a lot how it is now. Good job.